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ROAR Line Captains Of The Jacksonville Jaguars

The ROAR are a very experience team with only 8 rookies this year. Here’s a recap of the four Line Captains directing this talented squad.

Cheerleader Of The Game Drianca with Line Captain Emily

Line Captain Katie

Line Captain Caitlin

Line Captain Lauren with Allison





Line Captain Katie with Tatum


Line Captain Caitlin

Line Captain Lauren

Flickr album HERE



The Jags Introduce The Rookie Class Of The ROAR

My quick recap of the Jaguars home opener against the Titans on Sunday:

Bad–football play of the home team.  Good–The Jags introduced their impressive 8 member rookie class of the 2017 ROAR.








Tune in this week as we highlight the ROAR.

FLICKR album is HERE


Photo Of The Day–Lauren Cohen

Ex Miami Dolphin Cheerleader Lauren Cohen is presently on the Bravo TV hit reality show “Below Deck Mediterranean”. Check out her profile HERE.

Lauren, Miami Dolphins Alum

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Audition Finals

The dueling and grueling audition road to Training Camp is over for the next class of the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders. Congrats out to 38 women moving on. The ladies will participate in a seven-week boot camp that consists of workouts, etiquette training, team building, uniform fittings, look development and performance training. Cuts are possible during the training camp period.

Long time Cheer mentor, Dorie Grogan, who is now Sr. Director of Entertainment and Brand Impact shared her joy of the day with us. “It is a dream come true for these women because it’s much more than just cheering on the sidelines. It’s a sisterhood, the bond of these ladies, whenever they’re rehearsing. It’s also an opportunity to travel the world representing the Dolphins and a chance to give back with community initiatives.”

“We are looking for beautiful, talented women who are dynamic, that have great energy about them and we believe these 38 ladies have it”, Grogan stated.

Welcome back Tamara

Allison, a 2016 captain, returns

A second year for Alexandria

Kayla Y. was discovered at the audition session in Orlando

Paige, Terra and rookie Megan

Carina, rookie

Whitney, rookie

Jennifer returns. Her sister Rachel was also a rookie pick.

Our FLICKR album is HERE


The Dolphins Choose 38 Candidates For Training Camp

On Sunday 38 beautiful and talented candidates were picked to advance to the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders Training Camp. Congratulations ladies!!!

Advancing on to the MDC Training Camp. Break a leg. (click to enlarge)

Check back later in the week for our coverage of last Sunday’s audition show.

Dolphin’s Cheerleader Audition Finals Will Be This Sunday

The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders 2017 audition finals will be this Sunday, June 11th at Hard Rock Live. The show will be open to the public and begins at 10:30am. For further information, please visit HERE.
Enjoy our photo coverage of the first and second rounds which were held this past Saturday where 48 ladies were added to the final’s participates.

Alison and Rachael, sisterhood for life

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Paige leads the showtime

MDC Presentation (click to enlarge)

Flickr album is HERE.

Miami Dolphins Auditions For 2017

On Saturday Ultimate Cheerleaders covered the preliminary and semi-final auditions in South Florida. Enjoy some photos and check back with us this week as we process our entire album. In the meantime check out the below press release from the Dolphins.


Miami Dolphins Auditions 2017

Miami Dolphins Auditions 2017

Miami Dolphins Auditions 2017

Miami Dolphins Auditions 2017

Miami Dolphins Auditions 2017

Davie, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders today hosted preliminary and semi-final auditions at the Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University. The cheerleaders searched for confident, stylish, diverse and talented women to represent one of the most prestigious teams in the NFL. More than 1,800 ladies inquired about the audition and over 700 ladies registered.

“Today’s turnout was truly reflective of Miami’s unique talent and multicultural makeup,” said Miami Dolphins Senior Director of Brand Impact and Entertainment Dorie Grogan. “Moving into next week’s final audition phase, we’re excited to see the ladies compete again to be part of this year’s team.”

On hand to judge the competition was Miami Dolphins Season Ticket Member Nosh Ahmad, Allen Americans Ice Angels Director Stephanie Dibiase, Miami Hurricanettes Dancer & Choreographer Leo Chavez, Dance Team Director Natalie Chernow, Former Miami Dolphins Cheerleader & Choreographer Ariann Denison, Dancer & Choreographer Susie Garcia, DJ & Entertainer DJ Irie, NFL Mexico Director of Marketing & Media Jorge Loperena, Dancer & Choreographer Flaco Luna, Miami Dolphins Alum Lousaka Polite, Dancer & Choreographer Molly Roller, U.S. Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Sundy Tople, 102.7 The Beach Radio Personality Kenny Walker.

These 48 ladies join 10 finalists from the first-ever Orlando cheerleader auditions as well as returning cheerleaders to compete for slots on the 2017-2018 Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders squad.

Final auditions are open to the public and will be held on June 11th at Hard Rock Live. For further information, please visit www.DolphinsCheerleaders.com.

Heading to finals. (courtesy of Dolphins.com)–click to enlarge.

From Argentina to Miami, Say Hello To Tamara

During the down time at the MDC Orlando auditions I enjoyed a nice chat with cheerleader Tamara who along with Etta and Jess were teaching the choreography to the prospective candidates.

Tamara was in the rookie “international” class last season for the Dolphins. Tamara, along with teammates Augustina and Romina, made the impressive tryout trek from Argentina to be a NFL Cheerleader in futebol americano. A peek at Tamara’s profile on Dolphins.com highlights her love of family (including dog Osito). Her dream job is to become a Hollywood actress.

UC: Welcome to Ultimate Cheerleaders, please introduce yourself to our readers: who is Tamara?

“Who is Tamara?” Every time that someone asks me this question makes me think a lot about my life. I’m a dreamer, an artist, a dancer. I love my family and friends, the love and support that they give me, even from thousands of kilometers, it is the engine that keeps me going forward every day. I’m a lucky and blessed person, I couldn’t be more thankful.

UC: Being selected for the first “International Class” of the NFL Dolphins Cheerleaders was quite a honor. Tell our readers the highlights of your last year.

Last year my life changed completely. The Miami Dolphins changed my life. I’ve never imagined that this could be possible. I always say that I only use to see the cheerleaders on the American movies, so now I really feel that I’m a part of a movie! Actually, I like to think about my life as a movie, with different experiences and stories. 2016 was the best year of my life! I learned a lot: a new country, a new culture, a new dance style, a new language! I definitely feel like a stronger and more prepared woman now.

My favorite moment of the season was the first national anthem at Hard Rock Stadium, because after all the hard work I could realize that I was finally there. I had goosebumps and tears on my face! I was so happy!

What I like the most of being a cheerleader is the possibility of being close to the people, to help and to share experiences. We work in the community, with children, military and so much more. This is something unique and very special to me. I have some stories to tell about it; my favorite was last year in Port St. Lucie. It was an event and we were talking to Dolphins fans and giving some gifts. Someone from our staff gave me the last two tickets to give and I remembered two ladies that were so happy to be there with us and they told me about their families stories and how much the Dolphins mean to them, so I started to walk everywhere looking for them. I can’t even explain their happiness when I found them and I told them about the tickets for the last home game of the season. That made me feel so wonderfully happy.

UC: I’m guessing you are a soccer fan, what do thing about Dolphins owner Mr. Ross bringing the rivals FC Barcelona versus Real Madrid CF match to Hard Rock Stadium this summer?  

Soccer is very popular in Argentina, and I think that we have amazing players. Of course I’m always supporting our national selection. I think that’s great that Mr. Ross is bringing this game to Hard Rock Stadium! I admire and respect them so much, so I couldn’t be happier! Argentina is my home, and now I feel Hard Rock Stadium as my home too, it would be great to me having a piece of home in my new home. I’m so excited!

Thank you Tamara, the fans love to meet the sweet person behind the cheers and dance. You do the Miami Dolphins proud.

Tamara (photo courtesy of Dolphins.com)

Tamara at Orlando auditions

Tamara (photo courtesy of Dolphins.com)

Tamara at Orlando auditions

Tamara Tamara

Jess, Etta and Tamara

Tamara at her audition in 2016 (photo courtesy of Dolphins.com)

Romina, Augustina and Tamara, all from Argentina (photo courtesy of Dolphins.com)

Tamara profile on the MDC website is HERE

Miami Dolphins Orlando Audition Coverage — Part Two

The MDC started their 2017 cheerleaders search by holding a phrase one audition in the City of Orlando, Florida. Although the majority of candidates were from Central Florida, a few South Florida ladies showed up to get ahead of the annual competition.
The day started with returning cheerleaders Etta, Jess and Tamara teaching the candidates the audition choreography of the day. Performances in front of the judges was isolated to groups of 5. After all the contestants finished, the judges broke to determine the first cuts.
The semi final round of interviews and repeat performances were held in the afternoon session. Another deliberation discussion produced the eleven ladies being selected to move on to the final audition phase which will be held in Miami on June 11th.
Congratulations out to all the candidates, auditions are stressful but the entire group were fun loving and enjoyed the day. Very talented young ladies, learning new choreography and immediately performing it is not easy (so I’m told).
The Miami June 3rd audition info is HERE.

Kelsey and Taelor are coming off a Lightning Girl season

Tamara, Jess and Etta, choreographers of the day

Our Flickr album is HERE

Miami Dolphins Auditions–Phase One, Orlando

The MDC management team is on the road again as they held auditions in the city of Orlando this past Saturday. After an all day process eleven candidates were chosen to advance to the June 11 finals in Miami. Enjoy some photos from Saturday and check back with us tomorrow when we will publish our entire album from Orlando.

MDC Orlando Auditions

Here’s some excepts from the Dolphins official press release:

Orlando – Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders today hosted preliminary and semi-final auditions at Hardrive Productions. This is the first time the cheerleaders held auditions in Orlando, searching for confident, stylish, diverse and talented women to represent one of the most prestigious teams in the NFL.


“We’re extremely excited to tap into the tremendous depth of talent in this area,” said Miami Dolphins Senior Director of Brand Impact and Entertainment Dorie Grogan. “We hope that among today’s finalists we will add women to this year’s squad who continue to embody the diverse look and feel of the Dolphins Cheerleaders.”


On hand to judge the competition was world-renowned dancer David Scott, former Miami Dolphins Cheerleader & Orlando Magic Dancer Tiffany Pearl and University of North Texas Dancers Head Coach Brittani Richards. Eleven ladies were selected to move on to the final audition phase to be held in Miami on June 11th.


This audition is one of two preliminary and semi-final auditions the Miami Dolphins Cheerleaders will hold for the 2017 season. A preliminary and semi-final audition will be held in Miami on June 3rd. For further information or to register for the Miami audition, please visit www.DolphinsCheerleaders.com.

Dolphins Start Off 2017 Cheerleader Auditions In Orlando

The Miami Dolphins will start off the 2017 cheerleader auditions this Saturday, May 6th in Orlando. See details HERE.

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Rebecca and Flipper




The ROAR Of The Jacksonville Jaguars Auditions

Ultimate Cheerleaders covered the audition finals of the ROAR this past week at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. Fifty-five candidates participated after advancing from the prior week semi-finals.

The morning session included technical dance skills and moves. The afternoon session was a fun filled costume talent show with a variety of performance skits.

Congratulations out to the 34 ladies selected for the 2017 squad. More details will follow on the Jags homepage.



Lauren (click to enlarge)





Our Flickr ROAR album is HERE


Monica Of The Dolphins Wins Annual Cheerleader Showdown

Votes from the DolFans have been tallied and Monica wins the annual Dolphins Cheerleader showdown. MDC alum Lily is the runner-up for the second consecutive year.

Congrats out to Monica and Lily.

Hopefully Monica will return for a fifth year






Monica’s profile on Dolphins.com.

Random NFL Cheerleader Pic of the Day

Annie of the Denver Broncos Selected as 2017 Face of AKD

The online voting is completed and Annie has been selected in the model search to represent the 2017 face for the House of the Angela King Designs, Inc. Congrats to everyone.

Annie 2016 rookie year


Annie during calendar shoot



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